“429: CreateObject(Microsoft.BDD.Utility)–ActiveX component can’t create object” Error when running MDT from WinVista or Win7

By | July 27, 2011
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This error appears when the Litetouch script is run under user account instead of an administrator account.image

To workaround this error, simply create a .bat file in the root of your Deployment Share to map the z: drive and call the Litetouch.wsf script.  .Bat files can be Right-Clicked and “Run as Administrator”.
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7 thoughts on ““429: CreateObject(Microsoft.BDD.Utility)–ActiveX component can’t create object” Error when running MDT from WinVista or Win7

  1. fareed

    It worked for , its strange error though , i mean it does nto make any sense

    Thanks a ton 🙂

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  2. Sam

    Thanks so much for this. It solved a similar problem where the VM would hang at the “Processing Bootstrap Settings” upon running litetouch.wsf with Windows 10.

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  3. Rob

    Figured out pretty quick where my issue was thanks to you. My share permissions on my deployment share were set to Everyone:Read Only. Since lowest permissions always win… I owe you a beer. Thanks for this. Also, I like how verbose it is.

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